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How do you remove the hard top on 911 996 convertible hard top please

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Remove the plastic trim cover inside at the front where the latch secures to the top of the front screen, then remove the 2 small plugs in the rear interior trims behind rear seats on side panels. Using the special allen key tool turn the catches approx 90 degrees to release the rear of the hood, then simply lift off and back

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